Incredibly, in the '60s the only medium to show total racial equality (by reversing the power roles) was the underground fetish industry. Here, dominant black women literally beat Whitey's ass. At the same time, Hollywood was busy touting stuff like "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?" as daring and groundbreaking. A lovely but dumb blonde learns you shouldn't play the bongos when your mistress is napping. The enraged mistress, a young Condoleezza Rice (it sure looks like her), puts on a... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: vintage, 60s, fetish, 1960s, stag film, bondage, spanking, spanked, domination, kinky, S&M,...
This is an edit of an old (1906) film by Louis Feuillade called "The Colonel's Account" I have done some editing, adding zooms, close-ups etc and added a track of music, sound effects and voice. It is only 2 1/2 minutes long so give it a look and see what you think. This should not be considered a substitute for the original film which I intend to upload soon, I hope you enjoy the video and please write a review to let me know if I am on the right track, ( 1 reviews ) Topics: silents, war, alsedit
Seeing the Mick Jagger film "Performance" (1970) in the late '70s, was intrigued by the vintage BDSM clips used in a scene set in a sleazy theater. It only took 30 years to locate the actual stag reel. This has some pretty explicit porn content that had to be edited here. But you can see the entire public domain film on "Vintage Erotica anno 1940" (Cult Epics). ( 1 reviews ) Topics: bondage, spanking, discipline, corporal punishment, domination, kinky, S&M, sm, s/m, whipped,...
Sep 2, 2015byUnited States. Department of Agriculture
"This film documents the official test flight of the Wright Brothers' military airplane at Fort Myer, Virginia, on July 27, 1909."National Archives Identifier: 2038 ( 1 reviews ) Topics: 1909, Wright, Orville, 1871-1948, Airplanes, Military, Wright, Wilbur, 1867-1912, Test Flight
An unused prologue for the Roger Corman film starring Ray Milland, which is also known as "The Man with X-Ray Eyes" and "X." ( 1 reviews ) Topics: movie prologues, Roger Corman, The Man with X-Ray Eyes
Betty Page film in black and white made about 1950. She had the body, the looks, just about everything men at the time wanted. Still popular today she has become a legend. There are thousands of pics of her and a few movies as well. Please enjoy. ( 5 reviews ) Topic: Stripper - Strippers - Stag - Burlesque
The Sinking of the Lusitania, released in 1918, is an animated short film by American artist Winsor McCay. It features a short 12 minute explanation of the sinking of RMS Lusitania after it was struck by two torpedoes fired from a German U-boat. The film was one of many animated silent films published to create anti-German sentiment during World War I. McCay illustrated some 25,000 drawings for the production. The film is stylized as a documentary, informing viewers on details from the actual... ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Lusitantia, Winsor McCay, Animation, History, World War I, Propaganda
Charlie Chaplins 25th Film Released Aug. 31 1914 As His New Profession An American comedy silent film made at the Keystone Studios and starring Charlie Chaplin. The film involves Chaplin taking care of a man in a wheelchair. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0004101/ ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Charlie Chaplin, Silents
Three Stooges skit (Two Souls and a Heel)"Niagara Falls" was an old vaudeville skit, called "Slowly I Turned". From Stooges short "Gents Without Cents". Abbott and Costello did an adaptation of it in "In Society" called "Susquehanna Hat Company" or "Bagel Street". ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Niagara Falls, Slowly I Turned, Stooges, Susquehanna Hat Company, Abbott and Costello, Vaudeville
Staatsakt in der Reichskanzlei zu Berlin fuer Wilhelm Kube, dem Generalkommissar von Weissruthenien. Kinderlandverschickung, Besuch von Eltern bei ihren Kindern in Prag. Erntedanktag, Dank des Jugendfuehrers Axmann an die Jugend. Kundgebung im Berliner Sportpalast, Auszeichnungen durch SS-Sturmbannfuehrer Skorzeny, Rede von Dr. Goebbels. Rueckzug an der Ostfront, Sprengung von Telefonmasten und militaerisch nutzbaren Gebaeuden, Einsatz eines Panzerzuges und eines Panzerspaehwagens zur... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: German Newsreel, Deutsche Wochenschau, Third Reich, Drittes Reich, Germany, Wilhelm, Kube, Berlin,...
Charlie Chaplin's 64th Film Released Sept. 29 1918 The Bond was a propaganda film created by Charlie Chaplin at his own expense for the Liberty Load Committee for theatrical release to help sell U.S. Liberty Bonds during World War I. Made in 1918 with Edna Purviance, Albert Austin and Sydney Chaplin, the film has a distinctive visual motif set in a simple plain black set with starkly lit simple props and arrangements. The story is a series of sketches humorously illustrating various bonds like... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Charlie Chaplin, Silents
These Girls Are Fools was also released as Hell is a Place Called Hollywood (1950) and reissued in 1956, but may have been filmed in the '40s. This is both a time capsule and an ironic oddity. A Hollywood exploitation film about the dangers of exploitation in Hollywood. A naive girl with dreams of stardom lands her first role in a dubious "art film". (You may want to avert your eyes during the skinny dipping sequence.) Unable to get any more film offers, she is forced to work as a... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: vintage, underground, grind house, exploitation, nudity, 50s, 1950s
The "Deutsche Wochenschau" is a newsreel out of the Third Reich which has been produced from June 1940 until March 1945. Political, military, cultural and sporting events from Germany and foreign contries are shown. --- Die Deutsche Wochenschau ist eine Wochenschau aus dem Dritten Reich, die von Juni 1940 bis Maerz 1945 produziert wurde. Es werden politische, militaerische, kulturelle und sportliche Ereignisse aus Deutschland und dem Ausland gezeigt. --- Freiwillige zum Kampf gegen... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: German Newsreel, Deutsche Wochenschau, Third Reich, Drittes Reich, Germany, Deutschland,...
This Dominic I video provides a visual overview of 36 atmospheric nuclear devices detonated in the Pacific Proving Ground from April to November 1962. It was the last atmospheric nuclear test series conducted by the United States. Also, Dominic I was the largest and most elaborate U.S. testing operation ever conducted. In geographic terms, the diagnostic stations receiving data from the tests covering more than 15 million square miles. According to the video, Operation Dominic I was prompted by... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Operation Dominic, Dominic, atomic, nuclear, Cuba, Cuban Missile Crisis, John Kennedy, Nikita...
The Doolittle Raid, April 18, 1942, was the first air raid by the United States to strike the Japanese home island of Honshu during World War II. The mission was notable since it was the only time in U.S. Military history that United States Army Air Forces bombers (16 modified B-25B bombers) were launched from a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier on a combat mission. The raid demonstrated that the Japanese home islands were vulnerable to Allied air attack, and it provided an expedient means for U.S.... ( 2 reviews ) Topic: World War II, B-25, Doolittle Raid, Japan
Lugosi's last on-camera interview from 1955. This shows him leaving the California State hospital after a 90-day morphine detox program. Lugosi was the first celebrity to go public with a drug addiction problem. He did this shortly after filming Ed Wood's "Bride of the Monster". In the interview he mentions looking forward to working with Wood again on "The Ghoul Goes West". However, the film was never made and Lugosi died of a heart attack a year later. Wood did shoot some... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: vintage, horror, films, dracula, vampires, universal
Short 11 In theatres 11/28/1935 The stooges are hired to deliver beer, but when they go to deliver beer to a golf course, they get distracted and play a round of golf. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: The Three Stooges, Moe, Curly, Shemp, Howard, Larry, Fine, slapstick
Feb 27, 2015byThe Essanay Film Manufacturing Company
In the Park (1915) is a silent movie written, directed and starring Charlie Chaplin. Resolution : 718x576 pixels Version: This is a tinted print. For highest quality download the source mkv file and play with VLC Player. IMDB Link ~~~~ For free intelligent electronic music visit Karakasa Music @ archive.org ( 1 reviews ) Topics: in the park, charlie chaplin, b&w, silent, tinted
This originally silent film marked the introduction of the all new 1928 Model A. 23 minutes in length. This film shows many inner workings of the car and includes scenes of various road tests. A musical soundtrack has been added. All music in this presentation comes from the public domain. Please visit www.orlandomodelas.com for more information about the Model A. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: modela ford, henry ford, automobiles
National Archives description: "Summary: Hydrogen bomb firing under Operation Ivy at Eniwetok Island on 2 February 1954. Narration by narration by motion picture actor Reed Halley. Reel 1: 1) MS INT actor Reed Hadley and a doctor of Nuclear Science talking together in control room prior to the firing of the hydrogen bomb under "Operation Ivy". 2) MS officer in charge of Military Police stands and gives instructions to two patrolmen. These men are wearing shorts. The officer in... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Reed Hadley, Operation Ivy, Operation Ivy, Marshall Islands, 1954, Chickasaw (Helicopter), Enewetak...
Evil Scientist Zolok (William 'Stage' Boyd), located deep in a Magnetic Mountain of darkest Africa, uses electricity to create earthquakes and distruction all over the world. One lone scientist, Bruce Gordon (Kane Richmond) shoulders the massive task of batteling this evil genius in this 12 part serial. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Serial, Cliffhanger, The Lost City
Evil Scientist Zolok (William 'Stage' Boyd), located deep in a Magnetic Mountain of darkest Africa, uses electricity to create earthquakes and distruction all over the world. One lone scientist, Bruce Gordon (Kane Richmond) shoulders the massive task of batteling this evil genius in this 12 part serial. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Serial, Cliffhanger, The Lost City
Evil Scientist Zolok (William 'Stage' Boyd), located deep in a Magnetic Mountain of darkest Africa, uses electricity to create earthquakes and distruction all over the world. One lone scientist, Bruce Gordon (Kane Richmond) shoulders the massive task of batteling this evil genius in this 12 part serial. ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Serial, Cliffhanger, The Lost City
Evil Scientist Zolok (William 'Stage' Boyd), located deep in a Magnetic Mountain of darkest Africa, uses electricity to create earthquakes and distruction all over the world. One lone scientist, Bruce Gordon (Kane Richmond) shoulders the massive task of batteling this evil genius in this 12 part serial. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Serial, Cliffhanger, The Lost City
Psychadelic at times, this unusual and memorable movie version of Poe's "The Fall of the House of Usher" has some creative details, and although it is one of the more obscure versions of the story, it offers a distinctive look at a couple of its many interesting aspects. The style is deliberately murky, and it has not so much as an inter-title, so that you do need to know at least the basic plot in order to understand what is happening. Check out the Jean Epstein version, too (also... ( 10 reviews ) Topics: James Sibley Watson, Poe, surreal
She makes the bed and strips off at the same time!!! Hot work obviously. Early 1960s black and white film. Nice body, lovely ass. Good quality. Well worth the download. ( 4 reviews ) Topic: Stripper - Strippers - Stag - Burlesque
Three clips of three girls from the 1960s. The last clip shows Candy Morrison on the beach with her tranny. A tranny back then was a tansister radio and a gay person was simply happy and outgoing. Coke was cola and a joint was a sleazy nightclub. Oh, how the language has changed since those times. ( 5 reviews ) Topic: Stripper - Strippers - Stag - Burlesque
Charlie Chaplin's 62nd Film Released Oct. 22 1917 The Adventurer is a short comedy film written and directed by Charlie Chaplin. It is the last out of the twelve films made while he was under contract for the Mutual Film Corportation. Chaplin plays an escaped convict on the run from prison guards. He falls into favor with a wealthy family after he saves a young lady (Edna Purviance) from drowning, but her suitor (Eric Campbell) does everything he can to have Chaplin apprehended by the... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Charlie Chaplin, Silents
This is a time compressed, 16:9 formatted, color hues and foley sound effects added version of the famous "a trip down market street" film. Music is Sony Vegas score and is used under license. You are legally free to re-mix the video portion of this clip. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: a trip down market street, san francisco 1906, san francisco time lapse, market street time lapse,...
A pretty useless video I put together, consisting of excerpts from 1950s daytime commercials with the sound removed, in order to demonstrate that such ads can be used in video projects. However, this video itself cannot be used for such video due to heavy compression. The footage is drawn from my section "Classic TV Commercials uploaded by Emperor". I hope this isn't the worst thing ever uploaded. The footage is presented "straight". ( 1 reviews ) Topics: 1950s, Random, Footage, Useless, Pointless
Originally made with a German soundtrack for screening in occupied Germany and Austria, this film was the first documentary to show what the Allies found when they liberated the Nazi extermination camps: the survivors, the conditions, and the evidence of mass murder. ( 10 reviews ) Topics: WWII, War Crime, Documentary, Short
A spoof of Sherlock Holmes who was quite popular at the time, this film was directed by Alice Guy Blache in the Solex Studios. Probable made sometime about 1911. See Algie the Miner or Officer Henderson elsewhere on the Archive. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: silents, Sherlock Holmes, detective
Charlie Chaplins 53rd Film Released July 10 1916 The Vagabond was a silent film by Charlie Chaplin and his third film with Mutual Films. Released in 1916, it co-starred Edna Purviance, Eric Campbell, Leo White and Lloyd Bacon. This film echoed Chaplin's work on The Tramp, with more drama mixed in with comedy. The story begins with Charlie, playing music to raise money, and instead finds the abused girl (played by Edna) living in a gypsy camp. As in The Tramp, he works on finding a way to help... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Charlie Chaplin, Silents